It’s easier than ever to set up a professional studio, home or as an extension of an existing studio. For many, such a studio seems extraordinary effort, but according to production needs, not more difficult (or expensive) to achieve efficient than a game room or purchase of sports equipment performance. Of course, we are talking professional audio systems, which help you to record a music album or other professional audio, and not a few MP3s that you send to friends.

Now unlike some (perhaps many) years, computer has become the most important in a studio. They have reached a level of development so advanced that not even need to buy a super computer to equip your studio environment as a computer performance and price may be enough-you just need a motherboard sound slightly better, a dual core and at least 2-3 GB of RAM, a configuration accessible to anyone who wants a studio performance somewhat. In fact, there are models of Apple computers dedicated or intended for running on Windows audio studio, so you will not have to worry about the choice of all components.

Now, let’s move on to some more sensitive and more specific to the studio and on top of the list can go without a speaker system performance problems. Of course, this set up is part and as an amplifier. Speakers are very important in a studio because, unlike headphones, permits a much richer sound while recording, to the “foreground” and the “background”, headphones or speakers so that no simple allow it too. Headphones are good for detection of fine tuning elements of sound or frequency, but the raw material needed professional speakers.

There are many brands to choose from professional speakers, one of the most popular brands in niche professional entry level is Behringer. In fact, the “folk” music connoisseurs and professionals, Behringer’s brand of bedside sound for any professional activity, but has a more limited budget. An amplification system is also very important because it allows the sound from the instrument to be played in electrical signal, which then be heard on the speakers. A quality amplifier will provide more high-fidelity sound without signal cover too much “mud”.

In addition, ideally you should have available a complete set of tools you can use it when bands have recorded in your studio programming. This solution might be more comfortable and more professional than to adapt to all types of instruments (many sub-standard) that some clients may present. Then, it’s much easier to attract customers if you provide as many facilities, considering that most bands repeated quite a bit small studies have own equipment.

Another very important for a studio is a microphone or a good set of microphones, able to record with as little noise and as close to real sound of the instrument. Microphones are an important part of the registration process, so you should turn to those that offer quality and precision, and not necessarily for the cheapest.

Source: Amplificator